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Women’s soccer continues the streak

The Brandeis University women’s soccer team came out hot on Saturday, Sept. 13 against UMass Boston. The Judges shot early and often, keeping up their intensity throughout the … Read More...

Dean Magid to go on business mission trip to Europe with Mass. Governor

Bruce Magid, dean of the Brandeis International Business School (IBS) was recently asked to join Governor Deval Patrick on his mission trip. Magid stated he was delighted to be in… Read More...

Ruderman scholars affect change for disabled

Inaugurated in 2013, the Ruderman Social Justice in Disability Scholars Program is the perfect scholarship for students who are passionate about working with people with disab… Read More...

‘Soft Vengeance’ subject and filmmaker speak about Apartheid

On the evening of Sept. 11, the Brandeis International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life sponsored a viewing and discussion of the film “Soft Vengeance,” a document… Read More...

Heller hosts anniversary gala and honors Robert Reich

Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich received the first Heller Dean’s Medal at this past weekend’s Heller School of Social Policy and Management 55th Anniversary Gala.

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Code Orange’s ‘I Am King’ lacks creativity

Code Orange (formerly Code Orange Kids) is a band that wants to be taken seriously. It has toured relentlessly over the two years since the release of its first album “Love is Love… Read More...

Students embrace Hindu philosophy on relaxation

On the evening of Tuesday, Sept. 16, in the Swig Lounge of the Intercultural Center, was held on the subject of stress management and its relation to spirituality and Hinduism. The … Read More...

Founder of Office of Arts directs ‘Far From Heaven’

Scott Edminston, founder and former director of the Brandeis Office of Arts, has found a new home at Northeastern University. Edminston is now the first professor of the practice … Read More...

New Flyleaf album conveys hope and and revival

Flyleaf’s new album “Between the Stars” came out Sept. 16, with fans waiting a good three years before new songs were finally released online and even still, the songs and ly… Read More...

Rape crisis center to be implemented in near future

This summer, the Brandeis administration approved the creation of a rape crisis center on campus, a project first proposed by members of Brandeis Students Against Sexual Violen… Read More...

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